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Symptoms of Meth Withdrawal

Addiction to methamphetamine, or meth, continues to be a serious problem all across the country. Not only is it one of the most addictive substances, but it’s incredibly difficult to quit. When one does quit, the withdrawal process can be excruciating and dangerous. A meth detox center is the safest way for people to get through their …

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Signs of a Meth Overdose

Methamphetamine is a strong stimulant that is extremely addictive and dangerous, putting a person who uses it at risk of experiencing grave health concerns. However, seeking treatment at a meth detox center provides individuals with the resources and tools they need to stop meth use. Maybe someone you know uses meth. Maybe that someone is …

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Meth Paranoia and Domestic Violence Rates

Methamphetamine is a highly addictive, long-lasting chemical substance that affects the central nervous system and creates a feeling of intense euphoria in the user. Meth works by causing the brain to release very high levels of the chemical dopamine. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that affects attention, alertness, motivation, and motor function. Elevated dopamine releases may …

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Safest Way to Handle Meth Withdrawal

Methamphetamine, or meth, is a stimulant that directly affects the central nervous system and is a highly addictive substance. Clients who abuse this drug will experience painful withdrawal symptoms and cravings if they try to quit without assistance, often leading to relapse and a greater potential for overdose and death. Safe meth withdrawal is possible …

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Brain Function can Recover after a Year of Abstinence from Methamphetamine

A new study shows that it takes at least one year for brain functions to improve in methamphetamine users. It supports the idea that brain function can recover after a year of abstinence from methamphetamine. These findings should help recovering abusers and their families understand that it can take an extended period of time for …

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Side Effects of Meth

Methamphetamine increases the dopamine levels in the brain. This is the body’s feel-good chemical. However, abusing the drug leads to several side effects of meth. Here’s what you might expect. Physical Side Effects of Meth Abuse Consistent use of the drug can lead to impaired neurons in the brain. This is of particular importance because …

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How to Help a Meth Addict

Meth addiction often leads to disturbing symptoms that can make families feel helpless and put meth addicts at serious risk for health and legal problems. Families often describe noticeable physical changes in their meth addicted loved one as a cause for great concern. They also report that their loved one is doing “crazy things they …

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